Pleasing Peach Cobbler

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If I had a peach tree in my back yard I would make this delicious cobbler with fresh peaches, but alas I don't. So the second-best would be that I had purchased fresh peaches and home-canned them for my pantry. But, unfortunately, that too, did not happen so........

Sometimes (well let's just be totally honest here....) or even possibly more than sometimes, we will use canned fruit (read that commercially canned), purchased from the grocery store. And at the end of the day, it is OK.  Do you want to know why? (I shall at this point just proceed like you nodded yes, in response to my question).

Because not every recipe or meal will fit most food plans/budgets when you only cook with fresh from the market foods. It would be wonderful to only have the freshest of everything on your table, to serve those you love and care for. But it is not possible for most families. 

There are other financial responsibilities, and again, it is OK. Healthy food, prepared with care and served with a side of love, is OK. So, want to make a wonderful peach cobbler calling for commercially canned peaches? 

OK! Let's take a look.....

Pleasing Peach Cobbler.
Pleasing Peach Cobbler.

Pleasing Peach Cobbler
inspired from: One Perfect Bite
350-degree oven

4 - 16 oz cans of sliced peaches (or 2 quarts of home-canned peaches) drained, reserve juices

2 c flour
1 1/2 c sugar
2 t baking powder
1 c buttermilk (or 1 T cider vinegar in the bottom of glass measure and enough milk to equal 1 cup, let sit)
1/3 c melted butter

1 c sugar
2 T cornstarch
1 t salt

2 cups of the reserved syrup, brought to a boil

2 T sugar
1 t cinnamon

Prepare a 9X13 baking pan, add drained peaches, spreading evenly in the bottom of the pan.

Combine all topping ingredients (flour through melted butter), combine well. Drop the batter in spoonfuls over the peaches.

Stir together the sugar, cornstarch, and salt. Make sure all corn starch lumps are mixed in. Sprinkle over the peaches.

Pleasing Peach Cobbler, use home canned or purchased fruit.

Bring the reserved syrup to a boil, pour evenly over the dropped topping.

Combine the final sugar and cinnamon and sprinkle over the syrup. Do Not Mix.

Bake 55-65 minutes or until done in your oven.

Let cool, serve with vanilla ice cream or a spoonful of vanilla yogurt or whipped cream.

You will make this again.....


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  1. I'm sold! I'm giving this a go tomorrow while its cool enough to bake!

  2. the peach cobbler looks divine! Juicy and sweet just like I like it


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